Carl Michael von Hausswolff

Since the late 1970s, composer, visual artist and curator Carl Michael von Hausswolff (born 1956 in Linköping, Sweden, lives and works in Stockholm) has worked as a composer using the tape recorder as his main instrument. He has collaborated with numerous other artists such as Erik Pauser, Leif Elggren, Andrew McKenzie, Zbigniew Karkowski, Graham Lewis, David Jackman and Kim Cascone. His works have been presented at biennials in Istanbul and Johannesburg and also at Manifesta 1 in Rotterdam (1996), Documenta X in Kassel (1997) and the Venice Biennials in 2001 and 2003. In 2004, he participated in the Liverpool Biennial.

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Carl Michael von Hausswolff - Conductor / Life and Death of Pboc (2 vinyl LP)
Sub Rosa
Two rare historical recordings (1983 and 1986) by the godfather of Dark Ambient, originally released as single sides and gathered here for the first time.
Carl Michael von Hausswolff - INSNITT (CD)
An industrial and psychedelic sound piece recorded at the opening of CM von Hausswolff’s solo exhibition “INSNITT” at 3:e Våningen, Gothenburg, in 2018, with John Duncan, Leif Elggren, Jean Louis-Huhta, Joachim Nordwall, and Henrik Rylander.
Carl Michael von Hausswolff - MMXX-03 - For Marietta (vinyl EP)
Matière Mémoire
Carl Michael von Hausswolff - Two Films (DVD)
Errant Bodies - Records (CDs / DVDs)
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Two films straddling the line between documentary and audio-visual meditations on landscape.

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